KFC at 30,000 Feet: Japan Airlines Offers Passengers “Air Kentucky Trays.”

On my first trip to Asia, I was surprised by the ubiquitous life-sized statues of Colonel Sanders that dot the continent, welcoming patrons to KFC. The Colonel is seemingly everywhere.

Now, Japan Airlines is inviting Colonel Sanders on board to serve its fast-food chicken on holiday flights between Tokyo and eight U.S. and European destinations.

The so-called Air Kentucky trays include a drumstick, chicken breast, flat bread, coleslaw and "special mayonnaise" will be served during the second mealtime in the premium-economy and economy-class sections of planes travelling between Los Angeles, San Diego, New York, Boston, Chicago, London, Paris and Frankfurt.

Source: Los Angeles Times

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